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February 27, 1948
THE SALEM ITE
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by Jane Morris
Eger Beave is having the time of
his young life right now. He just
loves election years. He got caught
by two Wallace supporters Saturday
as he was counting the bricks in
Main ttall for recreation. They
smothered him with pamphlets and
tore off the buttons of his coat and
replaced them with .“Wallace-48
buttons. If he can find a car going
to Chapel Hill this Saturday, he’s
going to hide in the glove compart
ment and get the inside dope on
their conference this week-end. I
told him lie ought to think sediously
about this matter—that Wall^e is
causing much worry in the Demo
cratic party, especially in the North.
They aren’t too worried about all
the Southern Democrats and the
fuss they’re making over the Civil
Eights Eeport. Strategists say that
they will come around by November.
Eger Beave is sitting' on the ‘ ‘ mar
gin release” jumping up and down
trying to get me to say something
about the cross-up that the Eepubli-
cans, Dewey and Taft, have gotten
themselves in. I told him that from
a strictly personal point of view I
didn’t care in the least. That would
seem to bring Vandenberg suddenly
in the presidential limelight again.
He has said that he is not a candi
date, but will “yield to a spon
taneous draft,” in other words, “I 11
run if you want me.”
The Dems will obviously run Harry
and at the moment are saying that
they can win with anybody, and
B. B. was in a certain teacher’s
coat pocket and overheard him say
that he believes Wallace will win,
and so he just can’t wait for the
outcome. He is keeping me posted
on the lastest tips and is just dying
for an argument with someone here
on campus. I’m to act as a go-
between so if you want to let him
know who you think will win, see
me, and I’ll arrange an interview.
“Stand up and be counted,” says
Barber Photo Supply
106 W. 5th St.—Opposite Post Office
WINSTON-SALEM, N. O.
MISS MARY PORTEE EVANS
Evans Announces Engagement
Mrs. Alice Eobinson Evans of
Mountain Lakes, New Jersey announ
ces the engagement of her daughter,
Mary Porter to Mr. Alfred Lu-
baugh Bernier diZerega III, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred L. B. diZerega
of Leesburg, Virginia.
“Porter”, a junior economics-
sociology major, graduated from
House-in-the-Pines in Norton, Mass
achusetts. During her three years
at Salem, she has been a member
of the SteeGee and the Pierrettes.
This year she is feature editor of
“Stonewall” attended Fishburne
Military School in Waynesboro, Vir
ginia and graduat^ from Leesburg
High School. During the war, he
served in the Navy as a Gunner’s
Mate in ,the Pacific Area. At pre
sent, Stonewall is associated with
the firm of Barbar and Eoss in
Washington, D. C.
No date has been set for the wed
As a closing note he and I are
sorry to see Prime Minister de Val
era of Ireland defeated and replaced
by John A. Costello. De Valera has
taken his seat in the Irish Parlia
ment (the Dail) as leader of the
opposition party. He did an out
standing job for 16 years in the for
mation of the republic of Ireland.
Mr. Woodrow Wilson Powell an
nounces the arrival of a two-ton
green baby Buick. Congratulations,
‘ ‘ Hotspur. ’ ’
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